Two fiddles and piano, Columbia 33542-F. The piano player is almost undoubtedly Tony Banks, but the identity of the other fiddler on this and other Morrison recordings remains a mystery. Paddy Killoran was Morrison's student when Killoran first arrived in NYC, but apparently they had a falling out. Jackie Roche was another Morrison student who was an excellent fiddler who made a solo LP for the Avoca label in the 50s, but whether he was old enough to play on these records I'm not certain. This is my favorite of the duet recordings, a beautiful tune with very ambitious harmonies for the Irish music of the time. The other duets are much more close, melodically. Granuaile or Gráinne Mhaol was a legendary 16th century woman pirate, in English Grace O'Malley. Using her name for a title would suggest an Irish composer, but this tune is in the classic barn dance/schottische form, which was trans-Atlantic in use.